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Windows 7: factory netbook recover partition/easyBCD

14 Feb 2012   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x32, ubuntu 12.04 LTS

the thing is i would much prefer the bloatware.... most of the stuff hat came on it is helpful to jme ie recovery manager system maintainer

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14 Feb 2012   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x32, ubuntu 12.04 LTS

the stuff that wont work on my home premium insytall
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14 Feb 2012   #13


Your best bet then is to make your Factory Recovery disks or order them from Tech Support, boot them to Factory Recover so that the Recovery partition is reinstalled and operable.

If you are within the first year of purchase you can call HP tech support to get help with this, the disks, perhaps get Recovery to run since this may be a known issue.
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14 Feb 2012   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate x32, ubuntu 12.04 LTS

nope not in the 1 year i just kinda wanted to have starter backjed up but can i use easy bcd to make it bootable? like i did with my desktop i posted yesterday?
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14 Feb 2012   #15


If you have the installation you want now then back it up using Win7 backup imaging or free Macrium Reflect which are most recommended here. Read about them here:
Backup Complete Computer - Create an Image Backup
System Image Recovery
Macrium - Image your system

Then in place of reinstalling you boot the Win7 DVD or Repair CD, or the Macrium boot disk, reimage the HD from the image file you have backed up externally. This is a better way than having it on the same HD in case the HD dies.

If this is not what you are wanting, please describe exactly how you would prefer to do this. EasyBCD isn't really used for backup imaging unless you are trying to boot your Recovery partition and it won't boot the normal way.
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